Compact Shop Works Big
Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Mon Jan 5, 2015 12:43 PM CST

By Dan Miller

Progressive Farmer Senior Editor

Many farmers might consider Bill Rosener's shop small. But his shop is full of ideas and capabilities that make his space "work" much bigger than it is.

Rosener is a fabricator of most everything needed around his farm (he built the steel trusses shown here, right). The shop saves him money as he builds much of his own equipment and parts. "Maybe I need a cattle gate that is exactly 7 feet long. No problem. I can build it here," he says.

Located at the edge of Tahlequah, Okla., Rosener has built a ...

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